Category Archive: Documentary dance photography

International Women’s Day: dancing strength

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This is the final of my series of three posts commemorating International Women’s Day. All taken from the OBR Flashmob rehearsal in London’s City Hall, I’ve selected them because of the strength, intensity,… Continue reading

International Women’s Day #1

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I don’t have much time because of deadlines but am posting a few of the OBR Flashmob rehearsals as an early celebration for International Women’s Day.

Stability on #WordyMonday

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On November 16th, 2010 the building of human castles (Castells) by teams (Collers Castalleres) was declared by UNESCO to be one of the ‘Masterpieces Of Oral And Intangible Heritage of Humanity’. The tradition… Continue reading

Tango Face

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Another in my series of tango faces, this shot from the Fire and Flame Ball is of the guest performers, Graciela Gamba and Diego Converti. I chose it mostly because it shows that,… Continue reading

tango face

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I’ve often heard the phrase ‘tango face’ and believe it to be one of those phrases that mean different things to different people. If a regular European social tango dancer was to use… Continue reading

Fire and Flame Audience watch Graciela and Diego

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It’s taking ages to upload the processed images from the Paris Tango Fire and Flame Ball, so while I’m waiting I thought I’d post a couple of images taken from a different perspective… Continue reading

Sinewy on #WordyMonday

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What perfect timing! I’ve chosen two other shots of Felipe performing acrobalance at the House of Wolf to illustrate this word, suggested by Milo Miles some time before Christmas. Please suggest more words… Continue reading

Felipe

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I went to House of Wolf to shoot two friends tonight. As ever, I looked around and staked out the probable best places to take photos from. As ever, I found myself sprawled… Continue reading

Bare with hair at the London Cabaret Awards

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It was actually quite relaxing to shoot the people on stage last week at the London Cabaret Awards. People winning prizes don’t tend to move about much, so even with low light the… Continue reading

Sparkle at the London Cabaret Awards

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Sometimes all you need is a little sparkle.